Tax partner Kat Saunders Gregor  has been elected to the prestigious American College of Tax Counsel as a fellow. The College recognizes leading members of the Bar who have made significant contributions to the understanding and improvement of the U.S. tax system. Membership in the College is by nomination from a current fellow and an election by existing members.

Kat routinely advises clients in U.S. and international tax matters, with a particular focus on the asset management industry, the life sciences industry and cross-border investments. As a co-founder of the tax controversy group, Kat has earned wide acclaim for her work representing private equity and asset management firms as well as public and private companies before the U.S. Tax Court, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and other federal and state courts. Kat also advises clients on the impact of international investment treaties on tax matters and since 2009 has been a dual-certified solicitor in England/Wales.

In 2019, Kat argued a winning multimillion-dollar appeal before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, resulting in a unanimous opinion on behalf of a client.

More information about the American College of Tax Counsel, and eligibility requirements can be found here.  To read the initial firm announcement, please click here.